the startup sequence, from the time the kernel goes live to when all services are up and running

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Startup script with LSB headers not working correctly (dependency problem)?

I am creating a startup script for my Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS server. The script need to be run after the Rabbit MQ server. The Rabbit MQ startup script says it provides "rabbitmq-server". So I put this ...
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waiting for /dev to be fully populated when nvidia gpu installed

Installing Kali Linux works fine but when booting it stays at “waiting for /dev to be fully populated”. I have removed my NVidia GPU, and then it booted normally. How can I make Kali boot with my ...
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What is causing a pause during the system device probe?

I am running FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE. During the boot device probe there is a two-times 30 second pause. The output relevant to this is # dmesg ... (aprobe0:ata0:0:1:0): ATAPI_IDENTIFY. ACB: a1 00 00 ...
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How to use port 5900 for vino when also using vncserver on startup?

Is it possible to have vncserver start a configured display only as :1 and leave :0 available for vino? On Centos/RHEL 6.5, I have set up vncserver to create display :1 on startup by putting the ...
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Starting Apache Httpd at Boot time with Zero intervention, CentOS and authbind

I want to start Apache Httpd when Linux starts (with Zero intervention like submitting the root password, I don't want write the root password to start the apache service!!!) Later of Apache was ...
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How to access and edit Startup applications in Elementary OS Freya beta 2?

The list accessible in Settings>Applications>Startup is empty by default: Here and in other places I found the idea that running this command should solve it: sudo sed -i ...
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Autostart a GUI application in Debian as root

I would like to know which is the most correct way to make my Debian automatically start up a graphical application once the desktop has been loaded. The app must be started as root.
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How to autorun a C# mono applications on Raspberry PI startup?

I have a Raspberry PI running Raspbian and I connect to it through RDP or SSH. And I have 2 applications in C# and I run them through mono. One is a WinForms app (GUI app, which cannot be launched ...
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Start application as root at boot time on Ubuntu 14.04

I'm working in Ubuntu 14.04 I have an C++ application which I have compiled. I get the executable which name is "program". Well the thing is that this program use opencv and sockets then if I try to ...
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Unable to mount root fs over NFS

I am attempting to set up the first (of many) Raspberry Pis running Pidora (a Fedora Remix) to boot from an NFS share. It is my goal to eventually place a dozen or more Raspberry Pis in the datacenter ...
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Automatically run rfkill unblock on startup

I'm running Elementary OS on an old(er) HP Pavilion dm1. Unfortunately, on startup my wireless is hard disabled, and I need to run sudo rfkill unblock all to get it up and running. Works fine once I ...
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Starting Debian mono application (that has a GUI) AFTER boot is done [duplicate]

I've been trying to figure out how to start an application after Debian (Wheezy) is done booting up and on an LXDE desktop session. It is a mono C# application. The script I have is simply mono ...
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Starting Tomcat Service when starts CenTOS/RHEL/Fedora

I want to install tomcat 8 and run it in startup time I following these tutorials: I created the tomcat user: # useradd -U -r -M -d /usr/local/ServerWeb/tomcat -s /sbin/nologin tomcat ...
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ConsoleKit reports active/is-local only on the second+ login

Running KDE Frameworks 5, Plasma 5, using sddm as a display manager. ConsoleKit and PAM-linux are both installed. Upon login (using the sddm login screen), ck-list-sessions returns FALSE for both ...
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Indicatior-cpufreq doesn't start on login

If I run indicator-cpufreq in the console it will start up just like it is supposed to and appear in the panel. However, if I place the same command in the startup programs it doesn't appear on ...
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nfs-kernel-server starts too early

I have an RPI-based NFS server with an external USB hard disk. After a recent upgrade to Raspbian 8.0 and systemd I noticed that now nfs-kernel-server seems to be starting before all file systems on ...
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Start App On Bootup - Debian

I have a ts3.desktop file in my /usr/share/applications folder that I want to run on system boot. I have typed the following commands which don't work crontab -e Then in the editor, I typed ...
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Arch Linux run script a minute after boot

I have set up a bridge between eth0 and wlan0 with netctl. It works fine if I tell it to configure eth0 and wlan0 at startup and then for me to manually start the bridge after it boots. If I tell the ...
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Running program on startup (Fedora 22/ 2015)

I tried really hard to avoid posting a new question for something so basic and already answered in a hundred places, but after spending two hours on this and trying every solution out there I'm ...
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Run top instead of getty

Here's a simple question. I'm not sure the answer is very simple, but anyway. By default, systemd auto-launches getty on each VT except VT7. What I would like is for systemd to launch top on VT6 ...
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Is there a specific SSH boot log?

My sshd won't start at bootup. I have to type it in manually (sudo service ssh start). I've posted a question on how to start ssh at bootup (How to start SSH daemon on boot on Linux Mint Debian v2), ...
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linux run jar on startup after mysql is running [closed]

Is there a way to run a jar at startup on CentOS 6.5 but only after MySQL is running?
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Cron not working at startup, but works if restarted?

For some testing, I need to reboot my system every minute. I have a busybox based system, installed cron using opkg. I setup a cron job using crontab, everything looks ok: root@SL1000-1103DC:~# ...
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Startup problem: invalid partition table or use UEFI BOOT

I'm working on a Dell Latitude E5430. Recently I booted pcbsd from USB using this file: PCBSD10.1.1-RELEASE-01-31-2015-x64-DVD-USB_0.iso But I guess I did something wrong. I was trying to install ...
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Debian 8 - Update Iptables on boot

I am in the process of porting my "configure openvpn server" from ubuntu 14 to debian 8. So far it works well except for this section: # Set up iptables to forward packets for vpn and do this upon ...
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syslog-ng service not starting with systemd but command works fine

I have a freshly installed version on CentOS 7 once which I have installed syslog-ng from the EPEL repositories. ~: yum list | grep syslog syslog-ng.x86_64 3.5.6-1.el7 ...
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Disabling graphical login in Debian wheezy

I have installed Debian wheezy on my machine with a netinst image, now I would like to deactivate the desktop and boot straight to the command line, not only that but I would like to not waste any ...
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How to schedule shutdown every day?

We have a server that is used for Linux thin clients in a class. The server is started when required and I want to schedule it to power off at 22:00 every day to avoid power wasting. I thought of ...
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Debian running high resource all the sudden!

So, I recently Installed Debian 8. It ran at about 800 Mb Of RAM but after installing metasploit ( with it not running ) My ram Is at 1800 Mb Without even running anything, I've check my startup ...
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How to debug freeze at start, output of syslog

Every now and then, my computer freezes while starting. I can see some "Oops" in /var/log/syslog, but from there I am not sure what to do to try and fix the problem. Jun 5 12:47:40 fulla kernel: [ ...
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How to know during system start when system time becomes correct from NTP

I have a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian (Debian derivative) that is recording real-time temperatures. As part of this, I need a clock that is accurate to within a few seconds. In normal operation when ...
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How to recover missing serverauth so user can startx?

I've been using PCLinuxOS. All was OK until the Hard Drive had a bad block. After some fsck repair, from the shell, I tried to startx: xauth: file /home/joe/.serverauth.2052 does not exist. ...
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Stop program running at startup in Linux

How do I stop a program running at startup in Linux. I want to remove some apps from startup to allow them to be managed by supervisord e.g apache2
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Changing the /dev/tty* permissions at startup

My solution (ArchLinux ARM on RaspberryPi) requires that a non-privileged user has to have access to the /dev/ttyAMA0 port. In final implementation that user will be automatically logged in and a ...
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Set background image at the decryption screen in Debian

I have Debian with full disk encryption. It's possible to set an image as a background instead of a simple console when system asks you for the disk decryption password?? To make something like: In ...
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Debian not booting into GUI

My problem is, that my Debian installation shows a grey screen on start up and boots into a console, instead into gnome. When I start X manually with startx everything starts fine, so the DE seems to ...
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Saving linux boot messages in a file

I have raspbian running on my raspberry PI. When I switch it on, boot messages crawl on the screen. I believe it would be beneficial to read them in order to get an idea about how the system starts. ...
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Some of my applications are always started when I login to Linux Mint

When I login to the system I have few Nemo windows open. I did it few weeks ago, and probably forgot to close at shut down. But now Mint remember my open application and always open it after start ...
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How can I start a file-processing daemon? [closed]

How can I run a script-based tool which will process files continuously downloaded to given directory as they arrive? I'd like to minimize delay (~1 second is OK), script can have own infinite loop. ...
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Daemon - how to tell the start daemon to execute this daemon as different username than root?

I have this startup script, when i launch i have the execution done by username: root, instead of username: sun. How can i tell the start_daemon to execute it as username : sun not root? $ ps aux | ...
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How can I run a program as a root user when my Ubuntu 15.04 machine starts up?

On Ubuntu 15.04 I have this file: /usr/local/bin/myscript (it's a script I made). If I run this command under my account, it will do what I need it to do as a root user: sudo /usr/local/bin/myscript ...
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i3wm : start applications on specific workspaces when i3 starts

How can I start applications on specific workspaces in i3 when it starts? Why is this not working in my config file? : workspace 1; exec firefox; workspace 2; exec chromium; workspace 1
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Xfce4 mysteriously starts file browser upon login

I'm using Arch Linux and currently installed Xfce4, which after I log in (using LigthDM) opens an instance of the Nemo file browser. This happens regardless what I set as the default file browser (I ...
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Starting Qt Application On Startup for Embedded Linux

I'm trying to get a Qt application to launch immediately after booting up. When booted, the Linux image does nothing more than launch an X server and a terminal. It also has the cron daemon running in ...
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Execute root command after a user starts their session

I'm trying to find how is possible to execute a root command when a user starts their session. I found that adding commands to thes file /etc/rc.local should execute the commands after the boot, but ...
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How to speed up or get rid boot with network manager on systemd?

Network manager is the one thing that holds my system boot time from becaming really barelly existing. I'm connecting to wi-fi. My boot chain indicates what's wrong with network manager: ...
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Ubuntu: freezing on startup

I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on a new ThinkPad laptop as a dual boot with Windows 8. It has been running for a few days without issue. However, when I booted my computer today, it got stuck on ...
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What exactly does init do?

I am creating a linux distro and now I need an init program. I can code in c really well and I know quite a bit about linux (not much but I've been using arch linux for development for 4 years), so I ...
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About how many lines come up when booting a typical Linux distro?

I'm trying to understand all the text that screams by when my server boots up. Is that really intended to be human readable? About how many lines scream by? Is there a way I can count them? Is ...
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How can I have a system boot in to a root session and then run a command within that session?

I have a GNU/Linux system with one account, the root account. When I boot the system, I want it to automatically log in to the root account and then run a 'telnet' command within that session. How can ...